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Well, I’m 30 Now (8/3/2021)

What's up, guys? I haven't posted in a while, and today's my 30th birthday, so...obligatory birthday post? Frankly, I don't like nor care for these "omg my 20s are over" porn blogs. One solar cycle passed between August 2 and 3rd. Nothing magical happened in this random spot in the Milky Way that made me … Continue reading Well, I’m 30 Now (8/3/2021)

Jim Morrison: Breaking Free from the Greatest Generation

"Break on through to the other side!" snarled Jim Morrison on the first track of The Doors' 1967 debut album. The Doors. 1967. Elektra Records. Morrison's musical existence revolved around spirituality and enlightenment. The band's name came from Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception, a memoir detailing psychedelic experiences. Morrison was often drunk and stoned … Continue reading Jim Morrison: Breaking Free from the Greatest Generation

John DeLorean: Ayn Rand, Howard Roark, and False Objectivist Idols

You guys know about the DeLorean, right? I mean, you know about the DeLorean outside the context of Back to the Future, right? There was a guy who actually designed that thing. You knew about that ... right? Back to the Future. Universal. 1985 Wait, you didn't? You thought it was some obscure gull-wing car … Continue reading John DeLorean: Ayn Rand, Howard Roark, and False Objectivist Idols

House of Prayer: Anna Young’s Desecration of Motherhood

The COVID-19 pandemic claimed Anna Young's life on March 31, 2021. Not even four prison walls could keep her safe from the virus. Anna Young. Alachua County Jail. If you're a person of faith, you'll say this was God's judgment. If you adhere to science, you'll say it was pure happenstance. After all, over a … Continue reading House of Prayer: Anna Young’s Desecration of Motherhood